5 Winter Activities to do in Clearview Township!

Clearview’s rolling landscape is a four-season paradise for hikers, cyclists, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts no matter what the season.

This winter, make sure to experience Clearview Township, here are 5 ways to do so!

Make sure to visit DiscoverClearview.ca for more information & details on things to see & do, and “like” their Facebook page.

 

Attend a community event – Winterama 2019

Sunnidale Winterama is a winter-themed festival presented by Clearview Township and has celebrated winter activities since 1975 in the village of New Lowell. Touting itself as “the greatest little show on snow”, active volunteers known as the “Friends of Winterama” have organized this multi-day event filled with great family fun!
This event will be taking place Friday, February 1 – February 3, 2019. This year’s theme is “Channel Your Flannel – Calling all Lumberjacks and Jills”.

Winterama Clearview

Snowshoe the Trails

Snowshoe the loop at the Clearview EcoPark in Stayner (open all year round), the  Nottawasaga Lookout Loop (on the Bruce Trail), or the Ganaraska Trail.   Click HERE for further information on trails in Clearview.

Ice Skating

Grab your skates and go skating at the Creemore arena or Stayner Arena. Public skating times in Creemore is Sunday from 12-1:50pm & Saturday (4:30-5:50pm) & Sunday (1:40-2:50pm) in Stayner.  There’s also an outdoor rink in Singhamton, Stayner & New Lowell! 

 

Tour a Local Brewery

Located in the heart of Creemore lies Creemore Springs Brewery. Interested in learning more about the brewery or sampling? Brewery Tours are free and take place Monday-Saturday from 12-4pm & Sunday 12-3pm, every hour on the hour.

Cross Country Ski at Highlands Nordic

Whether you are a veteran skiier or beginner, Highlands Nordic is a great place to hit the trails. There is 24km of both Classic and Skate cross country ski trails as well as 7km of snowshoe trails. Use your own equipment or rent! You can also take a private lesson or purchase a beginner ski package. Be sure to check the Snow Conditions report before heading out to get the full scoop on trail conditions. 

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